Actor Rajkummar Rao has opened up about nepotism in the film industry, saying it “will always be there.” In a new interview, Rajkummar also said that while nepotism exists, there are also many opportunities in the industry. He spoke about his friends and classmates such as: Jaideep Ahlawat and Pratik Gandhi, who are gaining recognition on OTT platforms. (Read also | HIT The First Case trailer: Rajkummar Rao is a cop looking for girlfriend Sanya Malhotra

Rajkummar made his acting debut with Love Sex Aur Dhokha (2010), but gained recognition with supporting roles in Gangs of Wasseypur-Part 2 and Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012). He has also appeared in Kai Po Che, Shahid, Queen, Bareilly Ki Barfi, Aligarh, Ludo, Newton, The White Tiger and Stree, among others. Rajkummar won the National Film Award for Shahid.

In an interview with India Today, Rajkummar said: “Nepotism will always be there, but now there are many opportunities. I have friends who were my classmates, but are now getting recognition thanks to OTT platforms. Like Jaideep (Ahlawat) who did well in Pataal Lok and Pratik (Gandhi) in Scam 1992. Nepotism will be there, but your work and talent will speak.”

He also talked about hit movies and the kind of movies he prefers. “No one knows the formula of a hit movie, you have to keep trying and then leave it to fate. I haven’t really thought about why Southern movies do well, maybe because they’re good movies, the hard work shows. But I believe that cinema goes through phases, at one point we were recording songs in switzerland, then we started telling stories about small towns, and now it’s time for larger than life cinema that the south offers. prefer movies I can be proud of not, not necessarily something that works As long as my producers don’t lose money I can keep telling stories I’d rather make movies I’m proud of I don’t want to be part of a herd. It’s okay if my movies don’t make it 100 crore at the box office,” he added.

Rajkummar will soon be seen in the action thriller Hit: the First Case opposite Sanya Malhotra. The upcoming thriller directed by Sailesh Kolanu is the Hindi remake of the Telugu film of the same name. The film hits theaters on July 15.

Besides Hit, Rajkumar will be seen in a number of films. He shoots for Sharan Sharma’s Mr And Mrs Mahi opposite Janhvi Kapoor. Rajkummar is also part of Anubhav Sinha’s Bheed, Abhishek Jain’s Second Innings, Shrikanth Bolla biopic and Hansal Mehta’s Swagat Hai.

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